Nanci Chambers

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Nanci Chambers
Born (1963-10-01) October 1, 1963 (age 54)
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1983–2008
Spouse(s) David James Elliott (m. 1992)
Children 2

Nanci Chambers (born October 1, 1963) is a Canadian-born American actress from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.

Biography[edit]

Chambers is perhaps best known for her role as the ambitious Lieutenant Loren Singer on the television series JAG. She married fellow Canadian and later JAG co-star David James Elliott in 1992. Both are now United States citizens. Chambers has been a board member of the organisation, A Better LA.[citation needed] Nanci and her husband are staunch environmental conservationists, having often spent time in Ecuador learning about the tribes and rainforest.[1] The couple sold their house in Palm Desert for US$1.1 million, since they were unable to spend time there.[2] Chambers has been involved in the All-American Heavyweights.[3] They have two children, daughter Stephanie (born 1993) and son Wyatt (born 2003).[4][5]

Filmography[edit]

  • Ghost Whisperer (TV) (2008) .... Terry
  • The Stranger I Married (TV) (2005) .... Dr. Janice Golding
  • Code 11-14 (TV) (2003) .... Det. Andrea McInroy
  • JAG (TV) (40 episodes) (1997–2003) .... Lt. Loren Singer/Megan O'Hara/Jojo
  • Dodson's Journey (2001) (TV) .... Becky
  • Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (TV) (Curse) (2000) .... Dr. Marian John
  • L.A. Heat (TV) (Death House) (1999) TV episode .... Jane Clark
  • Street Legal (TV) (The Legacy of Stanley Wall) (1991) .... Nick's Girlfriend
  • Screwballs (1983) .... Trisha

References[edit]

  1. ^ Freydkin, D., 2010, "For David James Elliott, an about-face from 'JAG';Actor and environmental enthusiast crosses to the dark side in 'Scoundrels'", USA Today, 18 2010
  2. ^ National Post, 2004, "JAG couple have no time for Palm Desert retreat: Lists for us$1.1m: Junger finds a perfect loft; Bing buys last of block", National Post (Canada), 21 February 2004
  3. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/29/sports/olympics/london-olympics-a-bid-to-revitalize-boxing.html?_r=0
  4. ^ http://www.davidjameselliottofficialsite.com/biography
  5. ^ http://www.fordjefans.com/biography.htm

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